1996 Chevy Silverado c1500





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As bone stock as you can get here in Wisconsin. It does have a few wrong pieces here and there like mismatched seats and the middle seat cut out of it but it was a work truck. It came with a crusty “cold air intake,” a flowmaster muffler that has a great weld job on it, and some nice curb rash on two of the tires. Lastly the smashed aftermarket taillights that I am planning to change back to original style taillights as soon as I get to them.

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Just before all this corona virus stuff closed my school down, I decided to go and snag this truck up for $900. She runs, drives, and only has a few small spots of surface rust which is crazy to come by in Wisconsin. I bought it to have something fun to work on during this time off. I’ve spent most of my time trying to clean the heavily smoked in interior instead of worrying about it not starting when it’s wet out and the oil leaks it has. It runs and drives great with 240,000 miles on the 5.7 vortec and a 5 speed manual transmission. Only problem with it is that it will not pass emissions right now and I do not have it registered since it's not my daily.


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